President Mnangagwa condemns violence

By Tendai Matunhu

President Emmerson Mnangagwa has condemned the use of violence by the opposition party MDC in it attempts to capture power as people are losing life during the process.

Addressing delegates at the 18th National Peoples Conference today in Goromonzi, President Mnangagwa said MDC uses violent means to capture power and in the process innocent lives are sacrificed during the process.

He said, “The focus of our efforts must be to ensure that our people live a better life. Zimbabwe is a diverse but unitary State. Those who dream of a divided nation ngavamuke vabike doro.”

President Mnangagwa went on to say that despite various attempts to derail the economic reforms the economic revolution is well on course.

Speaking on the issue of striking doctors, President Mnangagwa said Doctors rejected salary increments three times only to realise the Zimbabwe Hospital Doctors Association were being paid to mobilise Doctors to strike and to prolong strike so as to collapse the health industry.

President Mnangagwa went on to encouraged Zanu PF party members not to be discouraged by the noise on social media.

“Do not be destructed by the noise on social media, let them tweet and we do our work. Detractors are trying to divide Zanu PF by recruiting within the rank and file of the party. Wolves must be flushed out,” he said.

Speaking at the same event, President Mnangagwa went on to encourage Zimbabweans to embrace the use of solar energy and said the Chinese Government led by President Xi Xing Ping has availed US$1.4billion for the Hwange 7 and 8 rehabilitation project.

The MDC party is trying all means possible to divide the Zanu PF party and to collapse the economy which the new dispensation is trying to build. The ruling Zanu PF party is determined to uplift the nation as compared to the MDC who are destroying the country.